Life of a dog in lockdown…Colin Wroby gives an update.

Colin Wroby asked his Mum Number 1 Yvette Wroby to transcribe this piece for the Almanac. He likes ball play too. Go figure.

AFLW Round 6 – St Kilda v Richmond: Great win in tough times giving Tiges goalless Saturday

Japanese Almanac correspondent Yoshi is very pleased with St Kilda’s big win over Richmond in their Round 6 AFLW match at Moorabbin.

The Wages Deal For The AFLW: 2019 to 2022

Braham Dabscheck examines and presents his thoughts about the AFLW player payments issue for the forthcoming seasons.

AFLW Round 6 – Triple Header and Masters of the World

Yvette Wroby writes of her three games at Docklands on Saturday. Of Masters and AFLW players, supporters and connections. Of taking it all in amongst friends.

Names but no faces!

Good looking, handsome? Or not as envisaged! After many literal interactions on the Footy Almanac site, Jan Courtin ponders the visual, what do her fellow Almanackers look like? She hopes to find out on her return to Melbourne.

A Relaxing Sunday and The Womens Footy Almanac

With long weekends and holidays approaching, Kate Birrell highly recommends The Womens Footy Almanac 2018 as a terrific read to both reflect upon the season that was and to contemplate that which lies ahead.

Yvette Wroby on The Marngrook Footy Show! 

For those who missed it, Yvette Wroby was on The Marngrook Footy Show last night talking about the recently released Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 and the Passion and Pain exhibition which opens today at Glen Eira City Council Town Hall.

Almanac Book Review – The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018: Women still doing it for themselves

Women are doing it for themselves, writes Cheryl Critchley in her review of The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018. Kudos to the whole Almanac community who helped realise this project, with a special shout out to editors Kasey Symons and Yvette Wroby and publisher John Harms.

Art Exhibition: Aussie Rules – Passion and Pain Exhibition

A new art exhibition, Aussie Rules – Passion and Pain, opens Thursday 13 September at Glen Eira City Council Gallery featuring many works that encapsulate the love we have for our great game.

Fundraising Lunch for BCNA event with Yvette Wroby as guest speaker.

The new owners of Prince Patrick Hotel are holding a fundraising Lunch for BCNA event with Yvette Wroby as guest speaker. She’s been asked to speak for 20 minutes. Come and see if she can stick to a deadline when there’s SO much to say in the current climate!

Almanac Art – Last few days of Footy as Art exhibition

The Art of Football exhibition, organised by Citrus Bob Utber, will finish this Sunday at 4pm in Cororooke. Do yourself a favour and check out the great work on show.

Football is Art?

Football is art? Football as art? Check out this press release on Citrus Bob Utber’s ‘The Art of Football’ exhibition. The exhibition is on now at Red Rocks Regional Gallery in Cororooke. Spread the word.

Round 7 – St Kilda v Melbourne: Wins, losses and life.

Yvette Wroby has an active footy weekend: Southern Saints VFLW practice at Moorabbin, Skybus Stadium Saturday morning, Frenken Homes Oval at Casey Fields Cranbourne Saturday afternoon to see the St Kilda Sharks, St Kilda Town Hall Sunday morning and watching her beloved Saints on Sunday afternoon. Babysitting Monday felt like a breeze!

Funny Stuff not on the field: The 2018 Cartoon Exhibition at Glen Eira City Council Gallery

Yvette Wroby has a different fan-girl experience when she meets cartoonist Judy Horacek at The 2018 Cartoon Exhibition. On at the Glen Eira City Council Gallery until April 22nd, it is well worth a look. Cartoonists from 1800’s, 1900’s and current day all on display.

The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017: the story of the inaugural AFLW season.

The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017 is still available. Re-live the first AFLW season.

Almanac Art: Opening Night of ‘You Kick Like A Girl’

A fine night was had by all at the opening of “You Kick Like a Girl” and Lyn Campbell-Anderson took the photos to prove it. Exhibition open until February 18th at Red Gallery, 157 St Georges Road Fitzroy North.

You Kick Like a Girl: Women in Football Exhibition at Red Gallery

Opening February 1 just in time for the AFLW Season, is a new exhibition at Red Gallery: You Kick Like a Girl: women in football. Be sure to check it out.

Almanac Books: Siren’s Call – Family, Love, Passion and Footy

Yoshi is full of praise for friend, fellow Saints supporter and well loved Almanacker, Yvette Wroby, after reading her memoir Siren’s Call.

How the Sports Writers Festival gave Yoshi some ideas

Japanese Correspondent Yoshi is in Melbourne for a short break and he enjoyed the Sports Writers Festival with a few of the Almanackers. He found some inspiration to keep pushing himself as a writer.

Women’s Footy Almanac on AFL360

The 2017 Women’s Footy Almanac was the highlight of last night’s AFL360.